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Blmrtlii I'laM Krjs.
A wrilrr In the KiKh
M'thai0 My. tUt hf foti
uliv piano fccy. tuin jrllow hi
I rrKP tliy uWorb th Rrn
fioin Ihf npii it i tWrfforp
lniraaa.rv to lHMitrIif this. If
a ite in0f from lilting J I
r. lotion til iotrt u lnul on and
n1k-il to rt main for twenty font
liotit, the Irotica will b relor
ifl rety urAil.v, if not quite, to
thi'ir original color, without re
moving them from tlie )
Amerirtn trade with Anntria
)a Incrt-nartl enonione.y time
tlie Vienna exliiliition. whrn the
jirople pot their eyes open t the
superiority of American ioTen
lioua, farm implements, tool,
etr. lloudred of twoo-mnds of
pewing machine lmvc been nolil
in that conit'ry, and farmer who
. Ware tho means ar rapidly anp
flying theinoelvea with labor
aaving implemrnta oi American
Iced Coffee. M.ke snotecolTre
than rwual jreakfat-time, and
atroiiger. Add oue-third aa mncli
ht roil, aa yoa have roffce, and
net .way. When cold, pnt npou
ice. Serve aa iWaert, with
r racked ire in each tumbler.
Next aeason'a (Vruii hat will
be run through a threshing ma
chine, panned over Iommw,
hnried under a flower gardeu aud
, wined, "The Laat Hope."
... ' Kind Words.
They never Winter the tigne
or lip, ami we never hear of one
mental trouble annlng from thin
inarter. Although tliey do not
cost innch, yet they accomplish
much. They help onu'a good ua
lure and good will. Poll woids
often' onr own aoula, angry
words are furl to the flame of
wrath, and make the blaxe more
fierce. Kind words msWe other
leople good natured : cold word
freeze ieople, hot words acorcn
them, and bitter words make
thera wrathful. There is such n
rush of all other kinds of words
in our day that it seems desir
able to give kind words a chance
among them. There are vain
words, idle word, hsty words,
spiteful words, silly words, emp
ty and profane words, boisterous
wprrfs and wnrlifce words. Kind
words also prodnce their own im
age on men's souls, and a bcaal
ful image on it. They aoiet,
soothe and comfort the bearer
and shame him out of bis sear,
ii. o rone, unkind feeling. We
have not yet began to usa kind
words in such abnudance as they
ought to be used. PaicXat.
"Run for a doctor and a glass
of brandy, qnick," cried a red
nosed man, slightly overcome by
tb beat and ao forth, oa Paw
; Jacket avenue, Sauday afternoon,
tjroorl Samaritans started off in
answer to his appeal iu every
direction, when they were round
ed off by the additional cry,
"Don't too many of you go for
the doctor and not enough for
the braudy. I guess yon hat
better all go for the brandy first,
and for the doctor afterwsr Js.''
They all looked upon tho old
ham'mg, who was thus pre skulk
ing opon the beet impulse, of
humanity, and tbeu left him
alone with his thirst under a
Two Pretty Fletam.
The true girt baa to be sought
lor. She does not parade he melt
as show goods. She is not fash
ionable. Generally she is not
has wbea found, so large and
pure and womanly t If her love
is gained, hundreds will seem to
her lileo thousands. She will not
ask lor a carriage or house in a
fashionable neighborhood. She
will wear simple dresses and trim
them when necessary. She will
nutertain true friends on a very
iittle, and astonish thera with
the thought bow little happiness
depends on money. Khe will
make her husband love liome,nod
leach him bow to pity while he
scorns a poor fashionable society
that think itself rich, and VHinly
tried to think itself happy.
A true gentleman is Cod's
aervant, the world's master, and
bin own man. His virtue in his
biuiness, his study, his reciea
tiou ; content bis rest, and hap
piness but reward. Ood is his
father, the church is his mother,
and the saints Ins brethreu ; all
that lieed biin his friends, ami
heaven his inheritance ; religjuu
la his mistress, loyalty and jiiH
lice his handmaid ; devotion is
his chaplain, chastity his cham
berlain, sobriety his butler, tem
perance bin cook, hospitality his
no ise keeper, 1'iovidence his
Stewart, charity bis treanurer,
piety his compauion, and dinere
liou his porter, to let In ami act,
a most tit. Thus is his whole
family made of true virtues, and
he is the due in a tor of the fam
ily, lie is necessitated to take
he world iu his way to heaven,
and be walk through it as fast
us he can , but all his business
by the way. is to make himself
Mini others happy. Take him in
all, in two word, lie is a man aud
a Christian. null ion Uem.
"You love me!" echoed the
f ur young creature, as her ptetly
head oiltd the collar of hi su n
pier suit. "Vs," tie said ten
derly, "yon ate my own and only
" "Irish 1" aim interrupted,
"don'l sa.v that be original.
'I'll. 1 1 Mound too much like ii.ir
li'l'ii'o ili-jiv bill ."
MlicrlUnoi sx I train.
Heller bare feet and content
ment there Ith. than patent
feather boots and a corn ou each
An rminetit physician says
that heart diseftsp mid enncer
are, to a grcnt extent, induced
A gmve-uiggoT bnrreil a man
mimed Huttou, and brought in
the lullowiug bill to his widow;
"To making- - Buttou hole,
m who has evidently studied
the Hilda closer for curiosity
tlan value received says "heart"
Is named 800 time s "son!" 440,
and; "head'' only eighty-three
"Well, little girl, did yon have
a nice time playing- yesterdayf '
"tin, yes. sir; J played I was a
fashionable lady, and I pnt en
mamma's hair and her laachs."
Mamma faints I
"Railways are aristocratic,"
aya the New Yoik Eipmt.
"They tench a man to known his
own station aud to atop there."
They are eminently social, too,
being held together by mnuy
An exchange says that Jewish
women have petitioned that the
following words may be expung
ed from the Jewish ritnal :
"Blessed art thou, U Eternal,
oar Ood, thst thou hast Dot made
me a woman."
"Whiskey is your greatest en
my," said a minister to one of
his deacon. ,'But,".-i tbe
deacon, "dou't the Bible say we
are to love our enemies!" Oh.
yes, deacon, but it does not say
that we are to swallow them !"
Late reports from tho growing
eottea crops say that the stand
for the whole conntry is good,
and is reported, well worked and
free from grass. Insect injuries
ate not reported to any extent.
The flouring mill industry in
the United States employs 90,
000 men in 25,000 mills, turning
out yeaily about 50,000,000 bar
relsof flourof wkicU 4,000,000
are exported to foreign coun
tries. The aap strength of different
woods is aa follows: Ash, 3,200
pounds to the square inch ; elm,
1,200, hickory, 2,200; nuipb?, 2.
200; white oak, 2,00; pine 2,000;
waluat, 1,6)10, aud poplar, 1,400.
Our exports of agricultural im
plements In 1878 were of a total
value of 5,532.2G0, against tl,
701,022 iu 1877. The amount
sent abroad this year will be still
greater, as the demand froo Bus
sia and South America is rapidly
Ameriea raises wheat two
thousand miles from her ports of
exports, conveys it by rail to the
poiuts of shipment, transports it
over three thousand mile of
ocean to Great Britain, and aells
it at a shilling less than it costs
the English to grow it.
Indian corn was first grown by
Europeans in this country at the
James River settlement, in Vir
ginia, in 1808; and history in
form us that the increase was
Immens-J, more than a thousand
fold. In 1609 more than forty
acres were grown by the Virgiu
Kotbing surpiisea ayoung roan
more, says the New Orleans Fie
aunt, than the shape of bin bead
as bo aees it for the first time
after bis bair has been cropped
close. Ilia ear appear to be
out of plar.e, and there is a gen
eral connecting link look about
bim that be did not expect.
England import annuaUy 130,
000,000 pounds of raw hides (ei
ther dried or salted); 600,000
pounds of boms and hoofs ; 7,
400,000 pounds of cow bair; 9,
200,000 pounds of bones, and 125,
000,000 pound of tallow. Ol the
bides the United Htutea furnish
Flour is imported duty free in
to Germany, England and Aus
tria. In France, wheat flour
pays a duty or 1 franc, 20 cen
times per 100 kilogrammes (220
pound) in Italy, tho duty
amounts to about 70 cents per
of 280 pouuds. In Russia, the
duty ia about 50 cents per 270
An unusually large quantity of
fresh beef was carried out by l he
buropeau steamers on the 17th
lliu City ol Kichiuoml liml
200 tons for Livernool ibe Cir
cassia 1,200 quarters, besides 300
live sheep, and .'00 sheep car
causes, for Glasgow; tho Holland
for Liverpool, 620 quarters of
beef, 250 head of cattle, and one
horse : and tho Cornwall, for
Bristol, 500 live sheep.
A correspondent of the Indi
an farmer poured, one evening
last full, lime water ou Iho heads
of a uicu lot of cabbugcn, and
next tuoiiilug the worms that in
fested them were ''lying dead nil
over the patch." A writer in
the Southern Horn ai.'cninplibhed
tho . lino result by upplmg, in
the morning, when the dew uas
on, a niixtniu of one third air
slaked liuio and two-thirds mi-
I leached u die.,.
rafiMTnit iKirKrsiiiNT, sen. Ji.
Mr. Montgomery informs its
that the Minaonri river is getting
too low for navigation lor large
boats. Mr. Al. Brown,,
and family, of Camden, Mo., are
violtirg the family of onr fellow
townsman, Mr. John Moore, of
this city. Miss Jennie
Dangheity, who bss been ou a
visit here for some time past, re
turned to ber home at Kichmo d
Junction, on Wednesday evening
Inst " The telegraph poles
for the new line of tel'-raph
along the route of the St. Louis,
Kansas City v Nnrthcn railway,
have been distributed pRt this
place, ni.d ere long will be up
and the wires in operation.
The fix crop in Carroll conuty
this seaaon is saKI lo be the best
ever raised bere,and a very large
acreage was rained. It is esti
mated that the average money
per acie will be greater than
that f the wheat crop.
W. W. Williams, of Ray county.
living about 8 mile tiortheast of
Norborne, one of substantial men
ol that section, and a careof
buyer, came lo Norborue last
Friday and parchuped a large
bill of lumber, and contemplates
the erection nf a neat and sub
stantiat residence 24x.10 feet.
Tb City Council of Car
rollton, fast week, decided not
to receive fur taxes or pay any
of the city warrants issned last
year. The council claim that
the law of the Slate prohibits
litem from applying tne revenue
of the present Vear to past indeb
tedness. The constitution pro
hibit any corporation from going
into debt any year, beyond the
revenue of that year, and the
wairnuts ol last year now out
standing. It is claimed, were is
sned in violation of this pro
vision. Sews It mi.
Slater, iu Saline eoaaty, is
going to organize an immigration
Six hundred dollars Is the price
of dramshop license iu Matsull,
In Carroll connty bnyer are
offering ns high as bftevu dollars
for last spring vil.es.
Boone connty has sold ber
now six per ceut. bouds, and call
ed in her old eight per cents.
A handkerchief Hi nation ia a
very simple thing. It only re
qnires two fools aud two band
kerchiefs. The clttzers of Lioneus, Mo.,
have snbociibed 5,(K)Olor a new
hotel ia that place.
We see it stated that the city
council of Mexico, Mo., charge
druggists t'JOO per year for
license, for selling liquor by the
The Lal'lata Home Trers says
the German millet sown in that
county this season is yielding
irom J to a tons per acre.
It appenrs that the redtietion
of the tobacco tax was a very
wise move, as l he excea of rev
enue this year over that of last
Canton, Mo., had a twenty
thousand dollar tlru last week.
The Clinton House, a large three
story brick, two two-story dwell
ings, the engine house mid fire
engine, a frame building aud
Million's livery stable, were des
troyed. It was the work of aa
Liniieus Bulltntin : "Among
the many wise and wholesome
laws passed by tbeLegiKlature.i
onewbicb requires certain coun
ty officers to furnish statistical
information to the State officers.
The lack of such information
causes a great deal of inconsider
ate legislation, and without a
law compelling the duty it has
been found Impossible to have
the service rendered. Thin, with
the bureau of labor statistic, and
the Board ol Immigration, places
Minnonri in a fair way to learn
and make known her necessities
and great capabilities."
Howard count v Airrrtiner i
"The Hon. John B. Clark is not
now and will not be a candidate
for Governor in 1880. We speak
JViW Mercury : The "boys"
are putting up all kinds of specu
lations as to who will be Senator
Cockrell's successor. Don Mor
rison and Tom Alien, of St.
Louis, are suggested. Samuel
T. Glover is biniedat. A great
deal of wild talking is goinH' on.
The fact is, nobody knows ;
bnt there are about ten chances
to one that Frank Cock n II will
'Ti old but true: "Trying to
do business without advertising
is like winking at a pretty girl in
the dark you may know what
yon are doing, but nobody else
Sho pointed her long, lank
finger al her eldest born anil
said; "You Washington Conk
ling Grant, come into those
house instinct. Don't yer know
dat damp, bar' yearih'll give you
dartheruui of de stuinitek, an' tie
pores ob your akin all open, al
dat. Do yer heiir V Washing
ton arose and went.
A K e Wuih.
Some ladies will insist on
using lotions for the skin. Most
of them are hurtful ; some are
beneficial. A famous recipe
known to the beauties of the
court of Charles II., was made
by taking a small piece of gum
beiizo'u, and boiling it in alcohol
till it became a rich tincture. It
waa then bottled up for future
.ise. Teu or fifteen drops of this
added to a tumbler of water,
used ou the skin, served to stim
ulate it slightly, and i;ivo biil
liiiULe. Iu Ibe bkiu.
Blight green card board, al
most without exception, contain
arsenic. In a box of kindergar
ten toys, recently examined.some
slips of sncb card board, for
making letters, were found to
contaiu enough Soheelu's green
to have poUoned a small class.
As the color may be readily re
moved by moisture, it is easy to
see what dangerous playthings
these might have proved to the
Here is a clinucr, girls. There
is a woildly reputation awaiting
the woman who cai Keep her
month shut, even while asleep.
We hear of men sowing wild
oats, but who ever heard of a
woman sewing anything but
The M. F.. Church, North are
holding a campmeeting in a
grove one mile from Cameron.
It will continue 2 week.
A mustard plaster worn a short
time at the base of the neck, will
often relieve, and sometimes cure
the sick headache.
It is sonctbiag new to read
of a temperance association lis
toning to nil address in favor of
a moderate use of lager beer as
a beverage, but such was the
cane in New York last Sunday.
A lending physician advocates
the acca!otml use ol ocer as a
helpful stimulant to total absti
Do you Trant a pure, bloom
ing Complexion i If so, a
few applications of HagiinV
MAGNOLIA BALX Trill grat
ify yon to yonr heart's con
teut. It does away with Sal
Iowness, Iiodness, Pimples,
Blotches, uod all diseases and
imperfections of the kUd. It
overcomes the flashed appear
ance of heat, faticue and ex
citement It makes a lady of
UIIKTY appear but TWEN
TY; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that it Is impossible to detect
.A. J. Dresleri
Kast i(te of the I'sblie Sqwire.
Itichmotid, .11 o.
Would Misnonetto the eitiz-na ol K'wh
moixl wit) Kar rnniitr.thxt Iw lixopru
crt Mi-rclisnt TjMnr'lujf rMublii-hlJicnt
on theeat tiv of tho I'nhlic Squnre,
over Wm. Murnhnll't Boot and Shoe
tor. and In prppurcd to cut suit mnke
(if htli'incnt t'lothinir in I he latest civil
nd hrM nuunvr. (Uiai'ze rewonslile
smt ftfftltfttrtlnn ffnnr.mt4-t-d.
fcT-IJixMli" fnrnl-linl to tinier p
On tlie 2Ut day of July, 1879, some
person mulltioiitly circulated the report
A. J. B0TTS,
The ''Live Stove-Man"
was dead, f will pny the shove reward
to any person who can give Infornwtli.n
thst will spprclie nd the mid liidlvkhial.
I want it dUtrinctly uiuleratooil that
Out la at hi Htnre Itoom on East Hide
of I'ubllo Square, giving tho people
Knives and Forks, Etc.
Cull and tee my large asortiuut of
IJTl' ookluir St rp,Li
Including the 'Kuvorito", "Charter
O.ik" anil "Uiick'i ISrllllaut", and MX)
"thcr paKcrna ol Cooking and Heating
ill msuii or
Tin, hhetit-Irou anil t'npper TTork
Iidiio lo Unler.
Odd I'lutea ordorol for any (tore
.1. J. ItOTTK.
J I 'Stove Man,' lliq
Not Dead, fit y
West Mile 1'iibJie Square.
In the tt le of Cook Store", he chal
lenge the world fur competition. He
inanntUetured liy tlio oldet Stove
ufiietory In Mhwitirt. Thin stove in a
beauty, anil WARIIAN I KD to plve
iMitkie sallffrfMioiu AuitlVin celebrated
"STANDARD" I. X. L.
of national fatm, whWh itaiula III (li
front nink of Cook Sloven, in among iku
large and couileto Mock lie luw now
on hand, hcanlea many oilier Iinindi
not necosm . to mention l:ere. CALL
'ANUPKK r'O.'t YOUHSEI.VKS. Jle
is selling at
Will keep comtiintly on hand a well
aelected atock of everything In hit line.
11-tf tiKO. N. Mi CiEK.
TRUSTEE S SALE
Whcreau, O. (.'heslor. by hl eer
tnln drcd of trust, daled Jaiiunry 1st,
IH7M, ami rucordi d i'l the liecordir'a o.
Ni e ol Kay county. In inortgiige book
No. 14, page 4'.)S, conveyed to Hciihln
t'irg, tiuxtee. tlio fillowing diicribei
real inlnlc, lying und being in I'nycoun
tv, MitHiiuri. to Kit :
All oflilalutareattnaa ai-rea on the
noiitli onil ol I he nortlieaxt (inarterof the
eonllKKxt quarler ot uit.oii iniriy4wo
C.ii), towucliip lilty-ono (51). riingo
twenty tight (), also 4 acre oh of the
uortli enil ol ine aoutn euft ijiiiiiiiu- ol
the south ca.it (imi Irr of keel ion thirly
(wo(:U), lowuklilp lifty-one (M), range
twenty eight (J), which aiiiil eouvev
iincu wax in trut lo tveiire I lie payment
of a certain proinlory note in Mild di ed
mentioned; and, wherein, tho laid trus
tee retiirea to net and wheieim mil nolo
ia now due and with the Intercut un
paid, now. therefore, at the request ol
the. li gal holder of raid note, nnd In
pursuance nl tlie provision of aii deed
ol trust, I will, a Sherill'ol Kay county
Friday. September 6th,'79,
ut the court house door In Klcliinoml,
Mo., between tlie liour ot u o clock III
the forenoon nnd 6 o'clock In tho altei
uoon ol aatd day, ell aald property for
i!ah In haml. to the highest bidder, at
amnion, lor the purpose of paying auid
notes and expanses of thi Mile.
riherifT K. C.
WEEKLY STOCK SALES.
Auction Bales at the well known and
nonulnr I.lvorv Hiabloof McCulxtlon &
Quirk, at 1 o'clock on Saturday of each
week, r arniera anu otnei fi are liivltwt
U bring Iu Ibelr stock ami sucli other
property us they may desire to sell.
Kalis for services mont reasonable.
Come right along, gentlemen, we will
make you leel Iiuppy.
7-0-tf. MeCUI.HTIOM A Qt'lUK.
NOTK'K l hereby given, that li tiers
of Administration were grunted to
the unilerslned I'V the I'robalu Court,
of Kay eounly, upnu the Ktte of KilV
iiiiind I. Ii" man, lieu il, bearing Ohio
August IU, 1U73.
All persons having claims against
Mid estate are required to proent tliem
for allowance wilhm one yiir to the
Ailmliilstraiiir. ami II the name lit) not
presented u il litis two yearn from the
date nl taid letiera. thev will be forever
bsrrdl. NKH V. Bowhsk.
WASSON a2 FOWLER
' DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF THEIR
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
Dry Goods, Ifoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Dress Goods. Cassimcres, Cuffs & Collars.
Ladles' Hosiery, Jeans, Duck, Neckties, Cloves.
Shawls, Corsets, Bed Ticking, Handkerchiefs,
Shirting, Overalls, Oil Cloths, Silk Scarfs,
HAMBURG EDGING. INSERTING. ZEPHYRS. NOTIONS.
.ar-v 'w i . ii if m m
mzt- iLW i in l
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Antlr in fact, everjthiug usually lound in a First-Class Dry Goods House can be found in
endless variety, and at prices tliat cannot fail to please all. We have an unusually largo
.stocX of Spring and Snmmer Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc, and iuvite ull our old
customers, and the public generally, to call and see ua.
One Door West of Hnglies Banlc.
RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.
We ar now inniinfactiirtng a mipeiior
artle) ul Klour. Mini, etc., uiour mills,
and wiil Him to keep eontantly on haml
FLOUR and MEAL
to fell for CASH and exchange for
wheat and corn.
of TKN ftfSIIF.r.S and upward, ol
Weilneadajr, Tliuracfity, Fiidny
and Saturday, for
Tlmnking tho people of Kay county
generally, for their liberal patronage iu
the pant, we solicit a renewal and eon
tiii uulVon of the same, thinking we can
give natmbietliin to all.
J. R. HAMACHER I BRO.
I wish to Inform tho cltixens of Hay
eouuty that I Imvo opened out a tirt
class Itcstaiirant, and would lie thank
ful for a llberul share ot the puhlle
AND LUNCHES at all hours ol the
day or night, for
W ONLY 25 CENTS. JB
Itoom UP 8TAIH.S, second door west
ofKlger A Werlz's store, on the booth
Sliio of the I'ublic Square.
JNO. A. ZIMMERSCHIED
Notice Is hereby givcu that letters of
Adininistratioii were prantcd to the un
dersigned by the Probate t -oiirt ot Hay
county, upon tlie estate of William
llattleld. d ceased, bearing dato Aug
ust 5, 1H7U.
All persons having claims agafnal
said estate are required to preseul them
lor ullowiince wiiiiiu one year, to the
Administrator, and if the same be not
presuoU-d within two years from the
date ol said letter" they w ill lie forev
er barred. JURY HjTrni.ti,
34 4 V Administratrix.
WASSON & FOWLER'S.
THING IN THE WOULD.
And Maatvr llurrr lls ulll
give yon your ho I re for only
Ktrp a lull L,lne mf
WOOD AND METALLIC
BURIAL CASES S CASKETS,
Ladies', Children and Gouts Koucn.
Ordrrit Fillftl Uy er ight.
JO. 6. SHOOP, Manager.
OFFiCr. Undtr Conxerratov Unillix, i'iit
T.srn up br Kichsrd I sle. Ill lag Id Ricli
iwint Town.hip, Fy eonnlT, Mo., slid iw.t
ct b.fnre th aadrr.lgn.il, Ju.Iict ti tit
I'MC uf Kiililuusa luD.bi, tuaaly and
BUl.sforeM'd, ob the lh ' uf Ausn.t. IKif,
thret.tr. ) suinisl., d.crll).'l folium to
wit: Out lisy nuire sbout li )esr ol.l, sbool
ISh.wl.hisb. with smsll bl.ie la the f.
rljM hind foot wbils sU... Do.larJiul wlib
.all hila .pot on loll hnul fool and Klllirr.
..lln .hnwiiif imluxloa. of ri-tula. s
ursl.ed itt SIS( also on ifon-cr.r horse, about
it. yonr .ia. with bHMo (oeo, sW.at 14 baud,
high, spniel ni tl; slao nnt black hors
mulr cult, S uionlh'. old. Micslng abort oisrr,
puraiKd st . All spprnisl lo vi l.jr D.
I'hnmpMii, J. r. l.-.opbrll and J. Jlrli.ni,
who w.rebjp ins ilnly .worn srtunlinf to Isw
toippraiiellieMlut- VVituew my baud, thi.
darand sast dstcsboTS written.
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